noun, plural car·men.
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Examples from the Web for carman
Dr. Blacklock informed me that he had often heard the tradition, that this air was composed by a carman in Glasgow.The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence.|Robert Burns and Allan Cunningham
The tree was at a convenient height, and Carman caught on and swung himself out; but the icy water chilled him to the bone.The Lincoln Story Book|Henry L. Williams
In the midst of their consultation there came up an Irish carman, whistling as he walked beside his horse and car.Tales And Novels, Volume 4 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
This would also explain, as already suggested, why the festival was associated with the death of Tailtiu or of Carman.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch
At last his walk brought him near Mr. Carman's store, and in passing, he was surprised at seeing a light within.